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  1. Ratmosphere

    Hello from Connecticut!

    Welcome. I'm CT based as well!
  2. I'd just leave them until they're actually pupa. When they are pupa you can move them into the artificial chamber.
  3. That would be dope to find some of those in the wild!
  4. Ratmosphere

    Carabus auronitens

    Beautiful, love this sp.
  5. Ratmosphere

    Xylotrupes gideon sumatrensis

    Yea, she will.
  6. Kinshi for rhino beetles? Never heard of that. It's mostly for some species of stag beetles.
  7. Ratmosphere

    Beetle larvae

    Hmm... very interesting!
  8. Ratmosphere

    New to beetle breeding.

    Not sure on the care with those larvae, must be similar to other Mecynorrhina species though. I use leaf litter and a small amount of rotting wood or organic soil. Here's a link to my Insta too! Welcome! https://www.instagram.com/venomdrips/
  9. Ratmosphere

    Exotics!!

    Steve, you try getting Hercs legalized in the states yet?
  10. Ratmosphere

    Exotics!!

    Actually saw this on Facebook last night lol. Congrats my friend!
  11. Ratmosphere

    Freshly emerged male Lucanus placidus

    Looking real nice.
  12. Wait a few more days and then you can re-house him. Just make sure he's not flipped on his back.
  13. Ratmosphere

    AZ Trip

    I usually always do, fly out to the artists I want to collect work from. No chance for D. grantii? Heard they're mostly found in Payson and wondering if theres a chance they can be found in Pheonix.
  14. Ratmosphere

    AZ Trip

    Going to Pheonix AZ to get tattooed mid December. Will there be any beetles I can search for? Or are they not found that time of year?
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